Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 22:41:14 -0400
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From: R B <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Estimating Event History Model using SPSS or STATA
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There is a generalized linear mixed model procedure (GENLINMIXED) in
SPSS 19. However, I doubt an event history model can be fit using this
procedure. You might want to investigate the very flexible nonlinear
mixed model procedure (NLMIXED) in SAS to fit a multilevel event
history model. I'm fairly certain the NLMIXED procedure can handle
such a model, though writing the appropriate code could be tricky.
2011/3/21 å¼ ä¼¦ <email@example.com>:
> Dear all:
> IĀ am trying to construct a multilevel event history model. Specifically, the
> model is specified as a cross-level main effects model regarding xi as the
> IV at the first level, andĀ z as the IV at the higher level.
> Does anyone know how to write the SPSS syntax? Ā To the best of my knowledge,
> SPSS could only handle linear multilevel analysis.
> I have also checked the syntax of STATA. I found that only the clustering
> variable (i.e., groups, clusters), rather thanĀ the IVs at the higher
> levelĀ could be incorporated to the model by "shared" command.
> ZHANG Lun
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